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. >> reporter: it's an empty lot with big plans. the proposed 49ers stadium in santa clara is supposed to break ground next year costing hundreds of millions of dollars and while the funding isn't totally secured plans are being made for the land across the street. plans almost as big as the man behind them. joe montana, he wants to build an entertainment complex, including a luxury hotel, sports bar and restaurants. >> the proposal looks good, sound, it will be up to the council to decide how we negotiate. >> reporter: montana wasn't available to speak with us today but he is expected the santa clara city council meeting tuesday to propose that they deal only with his group in the next year and a half. >> in the normal course of things the city would put out a request for proposals in regard to city land and entertain whatever comes back to us. >> reporter: but now they are considering skirting that norm. >> because he is joe montana pretty much. >> reporter: and people on the street say it's not a bad idea. >> reporter: >> you got i don't montana who by name can bring jobs and revenue to the
just over my shoulder here, a minor feature, but it has a big impact on. we'll look for that low cloud deck to move back in. we had them for the low to mid- 80, 70s in the east bay, the pen anyone sue sue la. back to the coastline. several features moving in our direction. one this little ripple coming from the north, bring cooler air into the area for the beginning of the week. nothing dramatic, a sudden little change. subtropical moisture moving up which will move into the area for the weekend. could bring with it a chance solve some showers. but for the next couple days we'll look for a deeper marine layer and a slight cooling out there. again, pretty close to today's temperatures as we continue with our below-normal temperature range here. come the weekend that should change as conditions are expected to warm once again which means we'll be headed back into the mid-to low 90s for some of the interior, by the end of the weekend, as the fog will give way to sunnier skies and that warm up should kick in just in time for next weekend. for tomorrow, temperatures much like today in the m
is for big ticket items. >> seems like a good day to shop for a car. >> reporter: why? >> we heard the taxes dropped. >> reporter: this is the first weekend to take the advantage. >> it's 1% on a whole bunch. so you're going to save money. >> reporter: many people didn't know it. >> it came at the right time. >> reporter: last week it was 8.25. today it's 7.25. it's now between 7.25 and 9.75%, depending on where you shop. the down side is driving the state further into debt, losing out on $5 billion this fiscal year alone. >> it's not what you have, but how you manage what you have. if you look historically over the years, the state has been a very poor manager. 1% is not an incentive for me enough to go two, three, $400 in debt. >> reporter: but if you need to buy it anyway, it's not a bad deal. how much was this. >> $200. >> reporter: so you saved $2. >> and i bought a coke with the $2 i saved. >> hopefully it drives people back in and drives the economy up. >> reporter: depending on where that extra money savings ends up. >> we haven't decided. >> reporter: i think you're going to let her
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